1) These were buildings in coastal towns and riverside locations where herring catches were stored, possibly for transport or distribution, by the panniermen.
1332 ‘a messuage called Heryng Hous’, Ravenser Odd
1357 ‘so along the Millpond and Kirkdyke to the Herynghousegarth at Ousegate End’
1416-7 ‘the garden called Herynghousegarth’, Selby
1429 unum tenementum vocatum Herynghowse, in Helgateland, Scarborough
1540-7 j cot. voc. a Herynge House, Robin Hoods Bay.